PSYCH 363 Fall 2016

Topic: Language and Children's Learning

Instructor: Daniela O'Neill

See the PSYCH 363 course description in the undergraduate calendar.

Expanded course description

This course will:

  • explore how children’s language development is related to children’s learning in many domains during the preschool and elementary school years,
  • include work conducted in small groups over the term.

Requirements for enrolment

Prerequisites:  PSYCH 211 and year/level at least 3A.

Antirequisites: None

Enrolment instructions during Course Selection Week for Fall 2016 (May 20-30, 2016)

If interested in enrolling in PSYCH 363 and you have the prerequisites to enrol, please self-enrol on Quest.

Enrolment instructions after Course Selection Week for Fall 2016

Department permission is required for enrolment. Please e-mail your enrolment request to Ayala Stein ( Telephone requests are not permitted.

Include the following information with your request:

  • full name,
  • student identification number,
  • email address,
  • course to be dropped when PSYCH 363 section 2 is added to your schedule (if applicable),
  • current program and year/level (e.g., General Psychology 3A), and 
  • indicate whether or not you have the prerequisite.

Include your last name, the course number, and your Major/Minor in the subject line of the message so that the requests for PSYCH 363 enrolment can be prioritized.

Sample subject line: Jones - PSYCH 363 F2016 - Psych Major.

Last updated: April 4, 2016